Agricultural Drawbar Jacks Standard has been adopted by ASABE.
Press Release Summary:
July 15, 2014 - American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) announced adoption of ASABE/ISO 12140:2013, Agricultural machinery — Agricultural trailers and trailed equipment — Drawbar jacks, as well as withdrawal of corresponding standard ASAE S485.3, Implement Mounted, Screw-Type Jacks, on which the ISO 12140:2013 is based. These actions promote harmonization of national and international standards, facilitating manufacturing, safety advancements, and product marketing worldwide.
Original Press Release
ASABE Adopts Agricultural Drawbar Jacks Standard
Press release date: July 9, 2014
The actions promote harmonization of the national and international standards, a goal that facilitates manufacturing, safety advancements, and product marketing worldwide. More than 40 ISO documents now have been nationally adopted by ASABE.
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